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Compensation to the McCanns

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Compensation to the McCanns

Post by Guest on 08.09.12 18:25

Compensation to the McCanns
Updated: 07-Sep-2012

The lawyer who is to act on behalf of Gerry and Kate McCann believes that retired policeman Gonçalo Amaral will be forced to pay considerable compensation for the pain caused to the McCanns, following the publication of his book. Madeleine McCann disappeared whilst on holiday in Praia da Luz five years ago and it is alleged that Madeleine’s parents may be awarded up to €1.2 million, following the claims made in Amaral’s book The Truth of the Lie, published in 2008, where he makes damning assertions about the McCanns and their involvement in the girl’s disappearance.

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Re: Compensation to the McCanns

Post by PeterMac on 08.09.12 18:29

Difficult to see how the lawyer could say anything different and still continue to act for them !



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Re: Compensation to the McCanns

Post by uppatoffee on 08.09.12 19:33

I thought what she said during the tv programme was interesting. Certainly more than I thought she would concede.

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Re: Compensation to the McCanns

Post by ShuBob on 08.09.12 19:46

I suspect this is panic talking.


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